Ecumenism refers to the movement among various Christian denominations encouraging improved church relations and promotion of common ministries.
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Official website. Events, news from churches, work, newsletter, ecumenical assembly, publications and links.
Information about the Center and list of the ecumenical and interfaith dialogues and conversations. Montreal, Quebec.
Covers the views, Marian patronage, priest director and officers of this organisation working for the reunion of all Christians with the Apostolic See of Rome. Also brief details of the "Sodality of the Precious Blood".
An open forum for the coming together of God's people, whether church members, ministers, clergy, youth or students.
Churches in Asia working together in mission, leadership development, ecumenical relationships, and issues of social justice.
Ecumenical forum for churches in Sweden: including the Free church, the Catholic church, the Lutheran church and the Orthodox church. [Swedish, English]
A national ecumenical movement of Christian women in the United States whose life centers around prayer, Bible study, advocacy and action, with a strong commitment to social justice, to human rights, to civil rights, to the welfare and flourishing of women and children so that all may flourish.
The relief, development, and refugee assistance arm of the National Council of the Churches of Christ an ecumenical consortium of Christian denominations in the USA. Includes overview, work and getting involved.
Official website. Participating members, work undertaken, news items and partner organisations.
A relationship among eleven churches in the United States, succeeding the Consultation on Church Union, focusing on issues of racial reconciliation and sharing together.
Organization of major Protestant churches of Europe. Formerly Leuenberg Church Fellowship. [English, French, and German]
A fellowship of Orthodox, Protestant, and Old Catholic European Churches along with some associated organisations. Members and links, news, events and contact.
Ecumenical fellowship of churches and Christian organizations in Malaysia that seeks to build unity in the church and carry out common mission.
Paul Couturier was a French priest and the apostle of Christian Unity. The Couturier Links of Ecumenical Friendship website is an initiative to observe the Fiftieth Anniversary of his death. A number of events will be coordinated to take place throughout 2003 in England, France and Belgium.
Interdenominational radio and television ministry broadcasting preachers from across America. Formerly known as The Protestant Hour and produced by five mainline denominations in the United States.
Eco-Justice Ministries is an independent, ecumenical agency that helps churches answer the call to care for all of God's creation, and develop ministries that are faithful, relevant and effective in working toward social justice and environmental sustainability. Articles, tips, calendar and how you can help.
Describes the membership, and activities of the organisation.
Sponsored by the World Council of Churches. Information on issues of peace and justice, church renewal, and work with youth and young adults toward ecumenism. Includes discussion boards, resource listings, and a calendar of upcoming events from around the world.
An organization of denominations working to provide an online ecumenical community for communication, collaboration, and shared ministry.
A fellowship of evangelical churches in Canada seeking to influence discussion on national issues.
IES is an integral part of Ukrainian Catholic University (Ukraine, Lviv). It promotes interdenominational, international and interdisciplinary reflection on the contemporary ecumenical movement and offer an academic, modern, and interactive education in ecumenical studies.
Briefing paper on Northern Ireland, Irish ecumenical bodies, resources, peace education programme, women's link and church statistics.
Irish School of Ecumenics is a postgraduate academic institute within Trinity College Dublin. Events, theses, publications, alumni, and links.
A resource and networking tool for evangelicals in the United States, including publications, resolutions, press releases, conferences and events, member listings and applications, and links.
Resources, news, events and publications. Information on the work of the council and its member churches.
Ecumenical forum of the Protestant and Orthodox Churches in India, seeking to provide a Christian witness in society and a forum for discussion of issues among Christians in India.
An ecumenical consortium of Christian denominations. News, Friendship Press catalog, list of member communions.
Official documents, information, pastoral resources and other material from the ongoing Porvoo process, an emerging union of European churches.
An interchurch agency for the promotion of Christian unity on the Canadian prairies.
Somerset, England. Seeks to provide both information and a personal link with local ecumenical groups. Overview and events.
Churches working for moral reconstruction in South Africa, focusing on issues of justice, reconciliation, integrity of creation and the eradication of poverty and contributing towards the empowerment of all who are spiritually, socially and economically marginalized.
An international fellowship of Christian churches, built upon the foundation of encounter, dialogue and collaboration.
A relationship among eleven churches in the United States, succeeding the Consultation on Church Union, focusing on issues of racial reconciliation and sharing together.
The relief, development, and refugee assistance arm of the National Council of the Churches of Christ an ecumenical consortium of Christian denominations in the USA. Includes overview, work and getting involved.
Interdenominational radio and television ministry broadcasting preachers from across America. Formerly known as The Protestant Hour and produced by five mainline denominations in the United States.
An ecumenical consortium of Christian denominations. News, Friendship Press catalog, list of member communions.
A fellowship of Orthodox, Protestant, and Old Catholic European Churches along with some associated organisations. Members and links, news, events and contact.
Information about the Center and list of the ecumenical and interfaith dialogues and conversations. Montreal, Quebec.
IES is an integral part of Ukrainian Catholic University (Ukraine, Lviv). It promotes interdenominational, international and interdisciplinary reflection on the contemporary ecumenical movement and offer an academic, modern, and interactive education in ecumenical studies.
An international fellowship of Christian churches, built upon the foundation of encounter, dialogue and collaboration.
Sponsored by the World Council of Churches. Information on issues of peace and justice, church renewal, and work with youth and young adults toward ecumenism. Includes discussion boards, resource listings, and a calendar of upcoming events from around the world.
Somerset, England. Seeks to provide both information and a personal link with local ecumenical groups. Overview and events.
Organization of major Protestant churches of Europe. Formerly Leuenberg Church Fellowship. [English, French, and German]
Ecumenical forum for churches in Sweden: including the Free church, the Catholic church, the Lutheran church and the Orthodox church. [Swedish, English]
Official documents, information, pastoral resources and other material from the ongoing Porvoo process, an emerging union of European churches.
Ecumenical forum of the Protestant and Orthodox Churches in India, seeking to provide a Christian witness in society and a forum for discussion of issues among Christians in India.
Resources, news, events and publications. Information on the work of the council and its member churches.
An organization of denominations working to provide an online ecumenical community for communication, collaboration, and shared ministry.
Covers the views, Marian patronage, priest director and officers of this organisation working for the reunion of all Christians with the Apostolic See of Rome. Also brief details of the "Sodality of the Precious Blood".
Churches in Asia working together in mission, leadership development, ecumenical relationships, and issues of social justice.
Churches working for moral reconstruction in South Africa, focusing on issues of justice, reconciliation, integrity of creation and the eradication of poverty and contributing towards the empowerment of all who are spiritually, socially and economically marginalized.
An open forum for the coming together of God's people, whether church members, ministers, clergy, youth or students.
A resource and networking tool for evangelicals in the United States, including publications, resolutions, press releases, conferences and events, member listings and applications, and links.
Eco-Justice Ministries is an independent, ecumenical agency that helps churches answer the call to care for all of God's creation, and develop ministries that are faithful, relevant and effective in working toward social justice and environmental sustainability. Articles, tips, calendar and how you can help.
Describes the membership, and activities of the organisation.
Official website. Participating members, work undertaken, news items and partner organisations.
Paul Couturier was a French priest and the apostle of Christian Unity. The Couturier Links of Ecumenical Friendship website is an initiative to observe the Fiftieth Anniversary of his death. A number of events will be coordinated to take place throughout 2003 in England, France and Belgium.
An interchurch agency for the promotion of Christian unity on the Canadian prairies.
Official website. Events, news from churches, work, newsletter, ecumenical assembly, publications and links.
Briefing paper on Northern Ireland, Irish ecumenical bodies, resources, peace education programme, women's link and church statistics.
Ecumenical fellowship of churches and Christian organizations in Malaysia that seeks to build unity in the church and carry out common mission.
A national ecumenical movement of Christian women in the United States whose life centers around prayer, Bible study, advocacy and action, with a strong commitment to social justice, to human rights, to civil rights, to the welfare and flourishing of women and children so that all may flourish.
A fellowship of evangelical churches in Canada seeking to influence discussion on national issues.
Irish School of Ecumenics is a postgraduate academic institute within Trinity College Dublin. Events, theses, publications, alumni, and links.

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